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    What's your weather like?

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    Hi everyone,

    I live in Adelaide and we have had unusually warm clear weather to date. Normally we are cold, wet and miserable by now, but for some unknown reason and much to my delight those days are limited. In my area we are heading for a top of 20 C with a minimum of 12 C mostly clear skies.

    What's your weather like?

    Cheers.

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    Been quite spring like up this way, that is until about 48 hrs ago, when we received some much needed rain.

    Seems to be settling in to normal SA weather now.

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    Gladstone, Central Queensland is fine and warm 30c with 70% humidity, low 19c overnight. Usually we would be in the most perfect weather in the world by now, about 12 to 25c and fine . Until that Pacific Ocean cools down there will be no winter on the East Coast . If it keeps going like this I might start believing in global warming. However I do believe in climate change, that has been identified all through recorded history.
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    Two weeks ago we got 58cm of snow dumped on us with temps running down to -15C. A few days later we saw 21C for the first time in over 6 months. This weekend we'll see 30C. The ground is now mostly thawed and the lakes are starting to show open water and may even be accessible for the upcoming fishing opener.


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    I have never ever seen snow, despite touring the canadian rockys, tasmania and new zealand....
    Nor do i want to. I know everything needed about snow-
    Snowballs hurt,
    Dont eat the yellow snow,
    That is all.

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    I think Autumn has finally arrived here in Melbourne. Cold tonight, with a bit of rain.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pamount View Post
    I think Autumn has finally arrived here in Melbourne. Cold tonight, with a bit of rain.
    but here, in sweden, the summer is coming.

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    Just below freezing at the moment in Canberra....but will reach 20 degrees by lunchtime....perfect

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    Beautiful one day .... perfect the next .... uh huh .... Brisbane weather ..... hmmm .... getting cooler at night if you consider 14-16 degrees cooler ... daytime 20's plus ..... go figure ......

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    Central west NSW. 5C mornings rising to 20C days. Great weather except it's not raining.

    It's so catastrophically dry, most smaller rivers are dry and even our main rivers are struggling. Went camping last night and the entire landscape is just brown, there's just no moisture anywhere.

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    Overcast with drizzle here in the Beef Capital for the opening of "Beef 2018" .
    The good thing of course was that it wasn't hot and dusty at the showgrounds.
    Lots of great beef-based food (and some average coffee) on offer.
    My lunch was a beef burger with Gorgonzola cheese, mushrooms and salad.
    Close to 100,000 people will attend this year, pumping millions into the local economy.



    Beef Australia 2018 | 6 - 12 May 2018



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